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by Christian Ledermann last modified Nov 18, 2013 09:02 AM
newsletters, brochures.
Baikal without boundaries by Khristine Custodio — last modified Nov 18, 2013 10:52 AM
"United Nations Development Programme, Global Environment Facility, United Nations Office for Project Services, and Atlas of Culture present "Baikal Without Boundaries". This film is about Lake Baikal, the biggest lake in the world."
Baikal Basin Information Center portal by Damaris Waigwa — last modified Apr 22, 2014 07:29 AM
The Baikal Basin Information Center is established within the implementation of the UNPD-GEF "Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Baikal Basin Transboundary Ecosystem" project.
FileGroundwater Resources in Shallow Transboundary Aquifers in the Baikal Basin by UNDP/UNESCO by Damaris Waigwa — last modified Apr 22, 2014 07:35 AM
The report was prepared by UNESCO-IHP, one of the project’s Executing Agencies and partners, in cooperation with the UNESCO Chair on Water Resources at Irkutsk State University (Russia), Irkutsk State Technical University, the Geological Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences – Siberian Branch, the Baikal Institute of Nature Management of the Russian Academy of Science - Siberian Branch, the UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Groundwater Management, Mongolian Academy of Sciences - Institute of Geo-Ecology, the Institute of Meteorology, Hydrology and Environment of Mongolia, the Mineral Resources Authority of Mongolia, Tsukuba University, Japan, and other national and international partners. The report consolidates the results of activities under Output 1.3 of the Project, which were focused on the assessment of groundwater resources and their interaction with surface water in the transboundary basin of Lake Baikal. As a central element the role of groundwater in sustaining the functioning of the unique ecosystems of Lake Baikal was explored. This included the identification and description of potential threads to these ecosystems in terms of quantitative (groundwater level decline) and qualitative (pollution) aspects. Priority was given to unravelling the hydrological, hydraulic and hydro-chemical interactions between surface and groundwater, with specific regard to shallow aquifers in fluvial/alluvial deposits and their interactions with adjacent rivers and lakes.
The Precious Necklace of Baikal by Damaris Waigwa — last modified Mar 25, 2015 11:38 AM
In 2015 the UNDP-GEF Regional Project “Integrated Natural Resource Management in the Baikal Basin Transboundary Ecosystem” (the Baikal project) completed an implementation of the special public awareness media concept “PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL”. Specially protected nature areas (SPNA) cover 33% of Lake Baikal and include nature reserves, nature sanctuaries, and national parks. There are several nature reserves and national parks located in and around Lake Baikal which together are THE PRECIOUS NECKLACE OF BAIKAL
FileKnowledge management: experience from the Lake Baikal Project (IWC8) by Mish Hamid — last modified May 30, 2016 01:44 PM
Pecha Kucha format presentation about knowledge management in the Lake Baikal UNDP-GEF project, by Sergey Kudelya in the 8th GEF Biennial International Waters Conference.
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